Tonight: Lingering rain showers will still be possible into the early evening hours. Most of these showers and thunderstorms will move in a stronger form through the north and northwestern portions of the Centennial State tonight with activity (elsewhere) ending by sunset, but possibly lingering later to our north. A mostly cloudy night is expected with Grand Valley lows around the 60° mark, Montrose lows near the middle 50s and Gunnison at the middle 40° mark.
Tomorrow: A partly cloudy day is expected with cooler afternoon temperatures for the Grand Valley hovering near the middle 80s. Montrose should experience an afternoon high temperature in the lower 80s and Gunnison should remain in the middle 70s. Showers and thunderstorms will develop with the heat of the day and lingering moisture, but coverage and intensity should be less than Wednesday’s weather.
Extended: Tropical moisture is expected to make a return late Thursday night into Friday morning (Four Corners Region) and for the remainder of the day Friday. Showers and thunderstorms are to be expected as we wrap up this week. The rain could also continue into late Friday night. The weekend will still keep the afternoons potentially active and another surge of moisture might return for the start of next week. If you are looking for a break from the cooler temperatures and the unsettled weather pattern, the end of next week has a hint of warmer and drier pattern to it.
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